Is this like a ten-minute short-short documentary? Because the action you described as the contents of this film is rather terse. He rides a bike, falls, a gurl hits him on the head, arrest, feed my fish.Kayla wrote: ↑Sat Jun 16, 2018 5:30 am One of my favorites - in my own top ten - is "Electric Shadows"
a friend of mine is a Chinese girl adopted by Americans - her parents took her back to China for a visit and when she came back she was excited about this movie they showed on their airplane - she found a copy and made me watch it
it starts with this guy riding along on a bicycle and he is not paying too much attention and runs into a pile of bricks, and falls over and then this girl comes out of nowhere and smacks him on the head with a brick - this is set in modern China
later, at the police station, as she is about to be led away, she hands him a key to her apartment and a note saying "I want you to feed my fish" - she is deaf and cannot speak
there are lots of flashbacks to their childhood and its very mild yet powrerful social and political commentary - i can only imagine how powerful it must be for someone who can understand it withotu subtitles and knows the history and culture
It sounds more like a haiku than a Shakespearean tragedy.